Learning plans aim to boost achievement in Tenn. district

About 27,000 students in Tennessee's Metropolitan Nashville school district soon will receive individual learning plans after recent test scores showed just one-third of the students performing on grade level in math, and fewer than half on grade level in reading. The district also will work to ensure educators and schools are using the best available teaching methods and practices to help students succeed after classroom observations showed that many teachers were not effectively engaging their classes.

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